It Only Took a Pandemic to Prove Remote Work is Often More Productive

The pandemic has forced most companies to embrace remote work. Some remain absolutely resistant while others are finding (to their surprise) that productivity has gone up as well as worker happiness/satisfaction (which was expected). I think we can all agree … Read More

Audience Targeting

Audience targeting provides ways to present content to those users most likely to be interested. It allows you to manage precious real estate on pages to best effect for user’s jobs and productivity. Content can be limited to those to … Read More

Remote Control of a PC Using Chrome Remote Desktop

You have a friend call you to help them with something on their computer. You don’t have to drive over there. You can take control without buying an expensive, rarely used remote control app like TeamViewer. Chrome Remote Desktop allows … Read More

Creating an Online Library that Accepts Email Attachments

The online version of SharePoint in Office 365 does not accept email attachments the way the on-prem version does. There is a way around it. Let me show you in this brief post. First create a new shared mailbox in … Read More

Remote Work is the Future

Remote work has many advantages and a few negatives. It is growing (5.3% of all workers now do so remotely. The experience has been incredibly positive for the overwhelming majority of both workers and their employers while fellow commuters surely … Read More

Using Sensitivity Labels to secure your content in email

Email is an unavoidable tool for communication in the business world. From quick notes to attached forms to announcements, it is a key component of anyone needing to stay abreast of and share work status.  Saving content from a cloud … Read More

Implementing Office 365

Many small and medium businesses (SMBs) struggle to implement Office 365, not understanding the standard stages most professionals follow – Initiation Planning Execution Performance/monitoring Project Close Number 2 is absolutely CRITICAL for a successful implementation that meets not only all … Read More

Reasons Folders in SharePoint are a Bad Idea

Folders in SharePoint are a personal annoyance to me given the many times that I have had to migrate them through tedious folder by folder migrations. This is completely unnecessary if they had been configured using the power of SharePoint … Read More

SharePoint and Office 365 Still Vastly Underutilized in Most Organizations

By Rob Moses, Office 365 Consultant              6/27/2019 I spend a lot of time working with end-users and encouraging change in the way they work in the Office 365 ecosystem.  Getting buy-in to use a content management system (CMS) to … Read More

Configuring your new Office 365 requires careful planning

Microsoft seems to infer that anyone can easily and quickly get an Office 365 CMS up and running without planning. This might be true if you are ok with bland default web apps and a single plain Jane Library that … Read More